I want to relocate with my daughter. I have spoken to her father and he agreed to let us relocate. We have never had a court order and have always did what was best for our child and we do not want to go through the courts. Can we have a informal agreement signed and notarized instead wasting time and money. We just want to make sure neither of is will be breaking any laws in PA if we do so.
If you both agree to your move and you have always been able to work together for custody, then you don't need to go through the courts. It is great that you can both work together for the sake of your daughter. The only time the courts are needed is when you cannot agree
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